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for niners. >> there is no issue, it is clear, he is the man. smith had its time, gave his best shot, but can't hang. >> fans say he showed poised. >> he is having an amazing start, but his longevity shows. >> smith hasn't been forgotten. they say it is less about his performance and the concussion and more about their new quarterback rising. >> i want a quarterback who can hold to down for the san francisco 49ers. >> it is just a matter of who gives the team the best chance to win. >> i am big on the niners winning. >> he through for a touchdown and ran one in. in san francisco, cron four news. >> we will have more from the game later on. >>> low clouds and fogs, and this is as a live view from a the bay bridge. and quarter mile visibility. other areas like fairfield at a quarter mile and into san rosa so it is setting in and we will see it for most of the night. clouds in the morning but giving way to sunshine by mid-morning and mostly sunny for the rest of the day. for tuesday, it will be a transition day, fair to stormy weather. wednesday we have a rain storm coming in for the morning and
, column kaepernick started in place cap alex smith. and victory. phillipe djegal spoke with whether or not a quarterback controversy is brewing. >> will be the san francisco 49ers starting quarterback going forward? alex smith, colin kaepernick. >> right now, it looks like the irish sports but in san francisco have a clear favorite. >> kaepernick came through and got the job done. >> and he more or less outplayed. >> despite being up double digits fans were intense watching the end of the new orleans saints and 49ers king. with difficult defense, the 49ers pulled out a victory no. 8. >> you kind of look like alex smith. >> i know but there has to be more than ridiculously good looking like touchdowns. >> is there a controversy? when there is no controversy, kaepernick is the man. alex smith has had his time but he cannot hang. >> kaepernick was all smiles. and so were fans they say that kaepernick showed poise. >> alex had a difficult start kaepernick is having an amazing spostart but it is longevity. >> this year, alex smith has completed 7% of his passes with 13 touchdowns. 70% --
5, 2011, the gentleman from texas, mr. smith, is recognized for 60 minutes and is the designee of the majority leader. mr. smith: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and submit extraneous materials for the record on the topic of this special order. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. smith: mr. speaker, the purpose of tonight's special order is to celebrate our friend and colleague, ralph hall's distinguished service in congress. if there were a congressional hall of fame, tonight would be representative hall's induction as the oldest, some would say the most seasoned, voting member in the house of representatives. as members of congress, we had the distinct honor of serving the american people. each day as a representative can be both challenging and rewarding. and though we sometimes make headlines we do not always make history. that is why today is especially important. today is a day for the history books. after 32 years of service, congressman ralph hall today became th
. this is important. turning heads this morning, anna nicole smith's 6-year-old daughter, dannielynn, following in her mother's footsteps, modeling for guess. we'll hear from her and her dad. >> she looks exactly like anna nicole smith. >> and he looks tired. thank you for getting up with us. >>> we're going to keep you up, though. they're here, the muppets, live. i hear they're taking over the control room. >> on the right side. not the left side. the right side. my left side is pretty good. >> they always take over the control room. >>> first, let's get to sam and the snow making for a nuisance in the rush hour. >> it is a nuisance snow. some folks won't get the snow until the drive home. we begin with the line of moisture, from the gulf coast all the way to southern new england here. with that, there's a little intrusion of cold air. that's where the snow starts to kick out. pennsylvania, southern new england and connecticut. if we line it out, who gets what? if you're in the areas shaded in pink, you're getting two to three inches of snow by the time we get to the evening hours. it's more on your
game. >> the 49ers have not yet officially announced if smith is medically cleared from a concussion he suffered from the st. louis rams two weeks ago. >>> both nfl teams are on the road and it will and homecoming of sorts for oakland raiders carson palmer. he is taking on his old team cincinnati bengals. they are 3-7 and back of the broncos in the division. >> the raiders play the bengals. then watch the niners take on the saints in new orleans right here on ktvu. >> looking forward to to it. we are talking about the fog and rosemary, as we move along. couple of systems in the pacific going to make their way in. >> during mid week. and we will need the umbrella. we will talk about that in a minute. we have got clouds, fog and some sunshine giving you a look there. good morning. the sun rose seven minutes ago. it will set before 5:00 or so and we will have sunshine even if you are waking up with the gray at this hour. the patchy fog will stick around and at the top of the hour, it is dense in some cases for parts of the north bay lasting through 9:00 this morning. it is fairly widesprea
. they are looking for packages left at front doors. ups saying how you can protect your belongs. nick smith reports from the paid mont police station with the latest on this holiday crime trend. >>reporter: u.p.s. is expected the deliver more than 5 27 million packages over the holiday and fedex is preparing to ship more than 280 million packages to homes across the country. portionally because customers like pam relevant doing more of their shopping on line. >> i was not waiting for my package. but i appreciate ups rippinging the door bell because when they do i come right away. >>reporter: but not everyone can be home when the packages are due to arrive and thieves know it. take a look at this fremont police are still working to identify a woman who stole a package from this home in the middle of the day. the homeowner want there at the time but was able to capture the entire incident on this home surveillance system. this is how it all went down. when the ups driver deliver the package an alert sent ought owner smart phone but only minutes later there was a second alert. >> that basicall
-old driver drifted off the road and hit a tree. a passenger in his car died later at the hospital. smith was also hurt in the collision. alcohol is not believed to have been a factor movement there have been 11 deaths compared to 13 over the last year. the highway patrol reported improving numbers. the latest from wednesday night to yesterday morning, 71 bay area drivers were arrested for dui, drunk driving is also down statewide. >> antioch is trying to find a way toen tice veteran police officers to transfer in from other agencies. on tuesday they will consider amending their contract to get a formula that could have some retiring earlier. right now they have 14 empty police officer positions to fill and it's having a hard time attracting enough. >>> new jobs in tracy because of amazon. they have hopes after a planned big center was finalized by the mayor. the retailer finalized it to build the new center set to open by the next holiday season. mater said that the company is expected to hire 1,000 people and that the city will also receive sales tax revenue from goods ships from the c
time. we almost got through without mentioning mr. smith goes to washington, but i just blew it sorry. eleanor smith thank you so much. joe williams you'll stay with us, and we'll have a little bit of fun. coming from, the sports metaphors >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. >> why do we need a straw poll? i'll take a logical look at the situation. we're just getting started on a monday night. stick around. get irresistibly clean and fresh carpets in your home with resolve deep clean powder. the moist powder removes three times more dirt than vacuuming alone while neutralizing odors for a clean you can see, smell and really enjoy. don't just vacuum clean. resolve clean. right by those who gave their lives to for this country nearly 70 years ago. >> you're back inside the war room. i'm michael shureer. john mccain has been leading a republican attack on u.n. ambassador susan rice. they claim rice who might be the next secretary of state purposely misled the american public about the attack in benghazi. that led to four americans including am bass doo
in my life and a difference to so many people. mr. smith: i yield two minutes to the gentleman from florida, bill posey. mr. posey: thank you, mr. chairman. i appreciate the opportunity to join with me colleagues in recognizing chairman ralph hall for his tenure as chairman of the house science committee. during his service, he reached acrong the -- across the aisle and forged bipartisan coalitions to support important legislation and no program, in my view, has benefited more if his bipartisan commitment than the united states space program. representative hall has been an especially strong voice for our nation's human space flight program which has benefited not only tbs and florida but propoled our nation on the path of unprecedented scientific and technological advancement. we can all learn a lot from our colleagues. congressman hall leads by example. he's well known for calling a spade a spade. his word truly is his bond and you can always take that to the bank. advancing our nation's human space flight program has been a hallmark for chairman hall. as we look out at america's
as it is. they suggested only slight alterations to the law. joining us now is chris smith who formed his own task force to exam stand your ground, and david hemmingway conducting extensive research into the issue of gun violence. thank you for your time tonight. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> eliot: you were not asked to participate in governor scott's commission. you did your own. what did your study find out about the flowers stand your ground law and how effective or ineffective and how dangerous it might have been. >> we found that it is very ineffective and dangers in that we have people from a cross section with defense lawyers prosecutors, law enforcement, a lot of people on our task force. when we talk to law enforcement one thing that stood out was the law enforcement cannot even detain someone if you shoot someone dead in the streets of florida, and you claim stand your ground, law enforcement can't even detain you under the immunity provision so they can createlyaccurately do an investigation. my task force came out with amend so law enforcement can do their job and investigat
the latest on this in a live report coming up. >>> here's the question. alex smith or colin kaepernick? jim harbaugh won't say who will start this weekend against the st. louis rams. despite kaepernick beating two of the nfc's best teams back to back, harbaugh says smith is still the team's starting quarterback and says frankly, he is sick of the controversy. >> so-called subject matter experts that talk about, well, uhm, he should be making a fuss about it, or a stink about it, you know, it's about the team and it's about us all working together. >> there you go. an announcement is expected sometime tomorrow. we're sure about one thing, though. wide receiver kyle williams is out for the season. he tore his acl in the game this past weekend. >>> how about some college basketball? >> how about it? >> san jose state on the road against one of the top programs in the country. the 10th ranked kansas jayhawks, james kenny has a three-pointer here. put the spartans within 7 points with less than 3 minutes left in the game. they had a shot. kansas runs a way. the spartans lost. >>> play of the day
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are going to prepare for smith? >> the players knew. they knew after the first game. it is probably going to be taken injury to get some of back and there. cabernet is better than alex smith. >> let's say smith is standing on the sidelines and about his future. he is not going to want to be on the bench next year. does he go to the raiders? >> that is one of those deals, less is a cap and a guitar and i can tell and smith gets back in their. i agree with you on harbaugh. when you when no one cares about anything else. that is you and me talking but as far as the fans this and that if you lose ben jim harbaugh, what the hell is he doing. if he wins then he is a mad genius. >> let's shift over to college. stamford one and now they play again with a rematch with at ucla. >> that is a darn good team. i watched david shot and he is going to get some pro if not offers the very least they will start sending around saying with this guy be interested in coaching of the next level? they're really good at stanford. >> 25 and is in more than 20 years. >> the coach down there mcintyre i think he is go
with their families. glad to be joined by rachel smith, elizabeth vargas, dan harris, and ginger zee. >> now, do it all in reverse order. >> my own pop quiz. >> i hope robin enjoyed that special serenade from stevie wonder. >>> as we said, this is black friday. and i hold in my little hand, one of the hottest toys of the season. it's a leap frog pad 2. stop. i know how to do this. i'm going to take this thing and jam it into your -- >> oh. >> happy friday. >> it's going so fast. it's already sold out. so, we're going to show you this -- >> what are the age ranges on that phone? >> much more from our technology correspondent, elizabeth vargas. yeah. >>> aside from the aggro, we have practical advice for you. if you're going to head out to the stores, becky worley has advice on the get-now deals. and what you should hold off on for rock-bottom prices. that's coming up. >>> also, coming up, dan, i'll handle this one. take a look at the couple on your screen. they get rather long stares, apparently, wherever they go. she is called, i am told, an extreme cougar. their age difference, 31 years. what d
of treatment available. the gene was passed along through abigail's family, she was born abigail smith and her brother died of alcoholism. >> he mentioned one line of. do we know much about him? >> he abandoned his family, right? he disappeared? >> he died of alcoholism. you died very early but of some accident because you were out of control or of sclerosis of the liver or brain damage or alcoholism. john quincy adams two brothers died of a alcoholism and two of john quincy adams three sons died of dhaka was some from his firstborn george washington adams died in his late 20s and as a young boy charles also died of it and one of the three songs survived as did several of the grandson's but this was a genetic trait in the smith family. just as in the quincy family, the genius which went back to 1066 and the crossing of the battle of hastings by all will dillinger town in normandy that still looks this and the english obviously corrected -- corrupted he was a baron running mate in 2015 that forced king john to sign the magna tara so this ran through the currency as well as alcoholism and for th
, ian st. who came back with -- smith who came back with post traumatic stress disorder. julian who served in the united states marine corps who was shot by a sniper, adam burke from florida who was hit by a mortar round. all of them came back, and what we share with young people when we do this work at the mission comets, what we share with young people is they were at a place in their life where they were on a new front line, and many of them were afraid, and it was difficult. and what we did with them at the mission continues was we challenged them. we challenged all of these men and women in the same way that we challenge young people in "the warrior's heart." we challenged them to continue to find a way to continue to serve. adam burke, who was hit by the mortar round, set up his own nonprofit called veterans farm. julian served with habitat for humanity. sean donahue became a youth hockey and football coach. ian smith did a fellowship at the mission continues and then did an internship at the white house with the first lady's office for her joining forces initiative. melissa e
, flacco throws one up for torrey smith who makes a beautiful adjustment and comes down with the catch for a 31-yard gain. justin tuck hits the game-winning field goal from 38 yards out. ravens escape with a 16-13 win. steelers lost to the browns yesterday, so the ravens now have a three-game lead over the steelers and bengals in the afc north. >>> the surprising colts are looking for a win over the bills to stay in the playoff hunt. scoreless in the first quarter. >> t.i. hilton. >> fields a punt at the 25 yard line. weaves past a couple defenders and sprints 75 yards untouched to the end zone. the colts win, 20-13, and they improve their record to 7-4. currently the number five seed team in the afc playoff picture is shocking the football world. >>> 49ers on the road facing the saints who have won their last five games. pick it up, 31 seconds before the half. drew brees throws into traffic and ahmad brooks steps in front of it for the interception. he returns it 55 yards for the score. one of the -- one of two pick sixes for the niners' defense. 49ers go on to win, 31-21, and move to
, and emmitt smith, both booted from the ballroom after the semifinals. they're here live this morning. what are they holding up there? >> what does it say? >> team robin. >> oh, all right, guys. thank you. that is great. >> robin, happy thanksgiving. happy birthday, friday. a big week for her. >>> a big day for us. this is a conclusion of a special trash-to-treasure, just in time for thanksgiving. we connected with a family hit so hard by hurricane sandy. while we tried to help them as best we could, and it may seem small. but to them, it meant a lot. so, looking forward to that big reveal. >> that's going to be fantastic. >>> first, let's get to news from josh. >> we're going to breaking news. that terrorist attack in israel this morning. a bus bombing, raising tensions even higher, just as secretary of state hillary clinton visits the region, trying to broker peace between israelis and palestinians in gaza. abc's matt gutman is on the scene of that attack, in tel aviv, right now, with the latest. good morning to you, matt. >> reporter: good morning, josh. we just got back from the scene.
city around. he's a performer with a reputation for doing things his own way, as tracy smith will be showing us. ♪ >> reporter: kid rock made his name as a hard-drinking musical maverick. he's all of that plus a few things you'd never expect. >> love antiquing. reporter: are there other things that you do that maybe don't jibe with the kid rock image. >> interior decorator. reporter: seriously? yeah. reporter: a visit with the colorful kid rock. later on sunday morning. >> osgood: to the point is a story from mo rocca. an homage to a timeless hand held word processing device. >> reporter: even in the age of the i-pad, the pencil still matters. and getting that perfectly sharpened point is still a challenge. this is very annoying when this happens. >> yeah, right. you see that on this side there's more graphite exposed. >> reporter: later on sunday morning, pencils, still big. >> osgood: richard gere has played many roles over the years. in two of his very latest he shows off his remarkable versatility. this morning rit a braver pays him a visit. >> did you want me to let th
in the mile of nowhere, believe me. i'll send you the books. and warren smith from florida, bill miller was right and you were wrong. general petraeus is now a civilian and has nothing to do with the military code of justice. love this, i live for this. i live for this. you, warren, and the d man are both wrong! since general petraeus is on the books with a very big pension, he is under the military code. look it up. he had to resign after admitting to the affair. if you are getting any money from the military, pensions, anything like that, you are under their code. finally tonight, "the factor" tip of the day. this goes back to the talking points memo about the entitlement society. americans wanting stuff. you've got to teach your kids, teach them to be self reliant. they're not born that way. so here is the tip, if you have a child or grandchild ten years and older, open a bank account for them. give them some cash for the holidays. that is the positive in said account. they will get a statement every month in the mail. they might get a checkbook. believe me, they will pay attention a
years old for a lock smith. >> for a lock smith. i was too young to have a work permit at the time but they let me sweep the floors and answer the phones. while i was doing that i was watching the lock smith learning the tricks of the trade. >> what is this over here? >> all of my escapes happen within fuel view of the audience. i slightly obscure what the audience can see so the audience can see but not see what i am doing. >> it's free admission to the houdini museum across from madison square garden. >> we want to get you in position for your trick. >> these are real handcuffs you should not be able to get out of these. >> i am using the skills of a magician, a lock smith and contortionist. >> one minute on the screen right now. do we have one minute on the screen. >> very good. >> all right. >> one minute. 3, 2, 1, go. >> alley is holding the keys. >> even houdini would be impressed right now. >> roger what are we seeing here with thomas. what is he attempting to do? he is trying to perform the unbelievable. that's one. that's a difficult handcuff. >> doesn't look like he is go
on the board to earn a supervictory in the super bomb. alex smith was ready, willing and able to play, but colin was told last night he would make his second start of his career. 7-7 in the 2nd quarter and saints punted ted ginn, jr. and the usual reliable gin missed the punt inside the red-zone. two plays later it's drew brees to marcus colston, that is a 10- yard touchdown. ust before halftime the 49ers defense stepped up. look at double nickel go. a 50 yard return for brooks. foreman comes out in the 3rd quarter and kaepernick leads them on the drive. they take the lead for good. very next saint's possession, dashon goldson flips it and here we go. a 42-yard touchdown for whitner and the defense rests. san francisco wins, miami wins 24-21. footballs got tested by tampa bay in florida today, but atlanta with a big play from the dynamic dueoy of matt ryan to julio jones going 80 yards for the touchdown. falcons pull off the win and atlanta 10-1 and bucks see their 4-game losing streak snap. >>> today indianapolis against the visiting beautiful bulls, rookie kilton became the first pl
to be in the minority. we almost got through the fill buster without mentioning mr. smith goes to washington, but i just blew it. sorry. thank you for being on the war room. joe williams will stay with us and we'll have fun. coming up, the sports metaphors will fly when we conduct our war room fantasy draft for the next cab knelt. you heard me right. it's a lot more fun than it sounded. julian bond enters the war room. voter suppression is not going away if you're reading the newspapers. >> if michele bachmann won the straw poll, why do we need a straw poll? i'll take a look at the situation, which is a mistake in the first place. we're just getting started. stick around. i think that the audience gets that this guy, to the best of his ability, is trying to look out for us. you see grandma lives waaaay down here and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle earnie? waaay out in hawaii. but don't you worry, we will always be together for christmas. [ male announcer ] being together is
believes we need an alert before the alert comes. to alert you. about the alert. here is shepard smith. >>shepard: i looked at the monitor and i wondered if you were having another kid? >>megyn: other 19 mothers. >>shepard: guess who is on with us? yolanda. from channel 7, the lottery draw ing. >>megyn: that is exciting. i got to go downstairs right now. >>shepard: see you. the news begins anew, and powerball mania sweeping the nation, the jackpot tonight is $50 billion, actually $550 million, maybe a lawmaker will win and donate it to the fiscal cliff, and she will be here to tell us about it. palestinian leaders headed to the united nations for the landmark vote. should palestinians get statehood? how would that work? what could it mean for peace in the middle east? and the biggest names in all of baseball on the ballot for the hall of fame including three players suspected of having used performance enhancing drugs. what to do in the time of sports, what to do with steroids? that is all ahead unless breaking news changes everything. >> first from fox at 3:00 in new york city the fig
like representative lamar smith. he's a climate change skept particular. so what was that that the gop chairman said about this election? >> i don't think you can draw any quick conclusions other than the fact that we lost and we know that. >> about that, i think i have a couple of quick conclusions. joining me now is former pennsylvania governor ed rendell, now an nbc news political analyst and cynthia tucker, pulitzer price columnist. thank you both for being here this evening. >> our pleasure. >> good to be here, reverend. >> cynthia, let me go to you first. why didn't the gop get the message? what are they thinking about with these committee chairs? >> well, that's a great question, rev? why didn't they get the message? for one thing, if they wanted to present people of color as committee chairs, they don't have -- they have very few to call on. they have a very small handful of latino men in the house and now that allen west is still there for the rest of this year and that leaves scott of south carolina of the remaining black republican in the house. so they don't have a whole lo
education or training. i spent a great deal of time at smith college when i started engineering program. and i found that all the students there were brilliant, of course. and that the course is inhumanities were rigorous and courses in science and engineering. what we were striving for there, and i think that many schools are striving for, holistically educated people that understand humanities and sciences. i think in this century, that you are going to be shortchanging yourself if you hire individuals that are only trained in the humanities that can write well, but have not been trained in quantitative thinking because they may get the first job, but they limit themselves. i just want to say this. because i have been dying to say this. for engineers, the same reason engineers go into that program, there is pressure to get the job. but we have misguided engineering students for many years because we come to engineering to get that first job. but we should tell them that we should go out there and create jobs. this is something that we have not done well in engineering. to teach the cr
chairman, lamar smith and i negotiated additional measures to be added to the legislation. i want together to produce a package of improvements that contained a modest expansion of benefit for deserving emergency medical responders. and a host of reforms to make the safety officers benefits program stronger and more effective, more cost efficient. the legislation will become one of the cornerstones of the partnership we have between the federal government and our first responders who make that partnership even stronger. in fact, the reforms that chairman smith and i developed in consultation with the department of justice and the first responder community completely offset the eliminated increase in spending. unfortunately, at that time due to an error made by the congressional budget office, the matter was dropped from the f.a.a. conference report. c.b.o. to their credit later corrected their error. they provided an official cost estimate that makes clear this legislation will result in new federal spending, and, madam president, i ask consent that letter be made part of the record. the p
to her. >> fantastic. >>> good morning. i'm laura garcia-cannon. we have christie smith at the scene of a major crash that killed one and injured five others. how did it happen? >> reporter: i heard from the chp a horrible accident on the 101. a person is dead and several critical. here's what we know. it started were a truck disabled on the northbound and driver trying to change a tire. the chp pulled up on the shoulder and an suv hit the patrol car. the officer injured. non-life threatening. the suv rolls over and lands on the ramp. six people inside. two evicthejected and one died. two minor injuries. they are saying alcohol is not suspected in this. three of the four lanes are blocked at the oregon expressway at least until 1:00 this afternoon. a horrible scene out here this morning. that's the latest from here. reporting in palo alto, christie smith. back to you. >> it will be a mess there for some time. another local news update is coming up in half an hour. we hope to see you then. [ maraca shaking ] ♪ ♪ oh dole-dole-dole ♪ it is a juice for the soul ♪ you can't go wro
the news for this monday, november the 26, 2012. i'm shepard smith. we're back tomorrow. right before mr. bill o'reilly. and here he is. >> bill: o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> ♪ the stars at night ♪ are big and bright ♪ deep in the heart of texas ♪ i wish they all could be california girls ♪ >> bill: a tale of two americans. texas and california. which is the better place to live and why? what is the vast difference between the two most populated states about america say? >> does do your parents ask you for money when you go back home? >> yes. >> does that ever work? >> i think it does work. >> you can't give people money and help them. >> tim allen criticizing the obama administration. is that a smart thing to do career-wise? adam corolla will have some thoughts. >> what's nascar all about? >> sunshine, palm trees everywhere. perfect place for a championship. >> watters world goes to the big nascar championship. >> do you guys ever watch bill o'reilly on the fox news channel. >> i thought bill o'reilly was on the food network. >> bill: we have revved up report. >> caution
. unitedhealthcare. current record for an american is is about seven months. i'm shepard smith. this is the fox report. it's the bottom of the hour, time for the top of the news. and the standoff over the so-called fiscal cliff could hurt the economy even if we don't plunge over it. that's the warning from the white house. it says americans may not spend as much during the holidays this holiday season because they're worried about taxes going up in january. if we actually do go over the cliff, the white house says the average middle class family would pay an extra $2,000 or so in taxes next year. officials predict americans will cut back on spending even more and slow down the economic recovery. it's the top story at the bottom of the hour. ed henry is on it. lawmakers getting back to work this week. so where do they stand? >> shep, it's interesting because they can't even agree on whether or not they are at loggerheads. if you listen to white house spokesman jay carney he says things are moving along. they are very hopeful there is going to be a compromise. you speak to mitch
the road. >> reporter: vice president kenneth smith isn't just a proud coach talking up his team. the east bay warriors have beat the best to go to the national championship in florida three times. and this year, they did it undefeated. these kids are the cream of the crop. there are 1200 teams in each division and only 24 make it to nationals. that's just 2%. >> it takes hard work, pride and discipline. >> reporter: discipline that extends off the field. most of these players have grade point averages above 3.5. >> so not only are they athletic, they're smart. >> reporter: and they're being cheered on by a squad that's also going national. the girls cheer squad placed first in regionals this year. they say it's not just stunts they're learning. >> team work. confident because i think my team has what it takes to win first. >> reporter: the kind of determination that their coaches know won't end with pop warner. >> everything that my coaches have taught me shows me what to do, and believe in me and just going to follow me everywhere i go.
are connecting from all over the world for all sorts of reasons. in chicago, dawn smith wanted to improve her job skills with a free course in pharmacology from the university of pennsylvania. she loved the convenience, the quality, and the cost. >> about another 19 years of payments on my master's degree so i didn't want to necessarily add to the cost of that. which was a big factor. >> some point out that the immersive experience of attending college can hardly be replicated by loggingon to a laptop and the contact with professors hugely limited online. but this trend could open up education to hundreds of millions of people. >> i've already taught more students than i could have ever hoped to teach in my entire career. >> reporter: and there's still a lot to learn. tom foreman, cnn, baltimore. >> that does it for this edition of "360." thank you for watching. "erin burnett outfront starts now." > outfront next, with the fiscal cliff just 35 days away, congressional loerds say president obama isn't doing enough to make a deal. senator mark warner, the third wealthiest man of the senate, outfron
smith and his partner cheryl burke, they both got the boot. emmitt was gracious. he said it's been a tremendous experience. cheryl has been a great partner. she has push med to another level. season three was something else. this right here takes it to the top. the season winding down. two of the probably better known professional dancers, cheryl and karina, my favorite pack it home. we wish them all the best. now we will see who takes home the mirror ball trophy in a few more weeks. >> end of the line for the two couples. also the end of the line for danika patrick and her husband of seven years. they have mutually decided to end their marriage. she wrote on her facebook page, this was her quote. she says, "we have decided to amicably end our marriage. it's not easy for either of us. he's been an important person in front of my life. that's how we will remain moving forward." he was a physical therapist when they met. she is 30. he is 17 years older than her. i don't know -- we don't want to speculate as to what played a part in it. the news of this comes after she won the nation
-old reagan smith is much more than a rising star. diana alviar will tell us reagan is also a survivor. >> reporter: when reagan smith sings -- ♪ i wanna no when >> reporter: the questions come from the heart. >> like how long i'd have this disease because i still have it. i'm just in like temporary remission. >> reporter: in first grade, reagan began to bruise and cuts refused to heal. tests raised more questions. >> i can remember sitting in the car in the driveway and said how much do you know about blood diseases? she had an autoimmune disorder, her body was attacking her platelets. >> you need your platelets to protect you against bleeding. you'll bump yourself, you'll bruise. >> reagan's case was worse than most. medicine and chemotherapy didn't work, so doctors decided to take out her spleen. having itp meant having to give up the things she loved most, riding horses, playing volleyball, even jumping on the trampoline in her own backyard. >> i kind of felt like, you know, known as the sick kid. but her parents were determined not to let her illness define her. >> so we said no
of black friday. >>> brian smith invites us into the tent he is calling home this week. >> this is my side. used to be inflated. but i have slept here the past three days. >> don't let the modest look of the place fool you. by no means is he roughing it. he is not spending time becoming one with nature. >> couple of air mattresses. we have our tv. and some playstations. and it's all powered by a generator. >> reporter: smith is just one among a sea of shoppers, calling the best buy parking lot home. that is, until what many would say is the most intense shopping day of the year. black friday. >> i'm interested in a samsung tv. it's $600 -- actually it's $700 off. >> big savings the reason these campers have set up camp. all ready to snag the doorbuster deal. >> i'm here for two tvs, blu-ray player, external hard drive, extra ram for my computer. >> makeshift tent community it's not so much about where you stand in line but where you cope why your chair. >> keeping in touch with the people around us so they know what position we are and they know where we are. >> spending the thanksgiving h
't want to cause any friction and that he and both he and alex smith are both playing well. >>> was oj simpson really innocent of murder? a new documentary. >>> a horrible crime this mother from missouri may have stopped her son from committing. before cold & flu season, help prevent with lysol disinfectant spray. and use the lysol no touch hand soap for 10 times more protection with each wash. this season, a good offense is the best defense. lysol. mission for health. >>> still cloudy, light rain around, maybe some bursts of moderate. most of the heavier rain looks to be moving out of the area. kind of a gray, foggy day. temperatures mild in the 60s. >> all right, steve. >>> 7:14. the fighting between israel and gaza dragging into a second week. civilians on both sides say they live in constant fear of attack. now, israel is still launching air strikes on gaza and the people who live there say they are afraid to go to sleep. hamas militants are still sending a constant stream of rockettings into israel. the air raid sirens are causing people to run into those shelters dozens of times
a child every 45 minutes. >> that's dr. gary smith, just out with this landmark study in the journal of pediatrics, for the first time looking at bounce house injuries nationwide over the last two decades. >> between 2008 and 2010, there was a doubling of injuries. the curve looks like this. >> it happened to little cassie stapleton. did you think your daughter could be hurt in a bouncy house? >> never, never. >> she was coming down the slide, when she fell, breaking her arm in two places. we're all guilty of it, you turn your back, think the kids are safe. >> absolutely. even the floor is soft. you think nothing can happen to them, but that's not the case. >> reporter: according to the study, sprains and fractures, some to the head and neck. 43% caused by falls, most inside the bounce house, with some kids bouncing out of it. 16% of injuries caused by other kids, collisions and rough-housing. what should parents do? >> consider limiting the use of kids 6 years and older. >> make sure the kids playing inside are all around the same age. a 7 1/2 year old shouldn't be in there with 3 1
. >> this is far field. >> maybe they'll take smith over there. >> i want to point out the bond insurer. not that large of market cap. it should be up. important development today. bank of america you may recall this is very complex i know. they were trying to basically buy up a lot of bonds if you recall. it's failed. and so it's successful in -- they haven't been able to change dentures. remove responsibility there would be a default event on a lot of the things they were insuring. it would lead to a default of the holding company and now you see why that stock is up. a big win for mbia in that war with bank of america. more on that later. >> let's go over stocks in the dow in the last couple years that have done poorly. alcoa. hewlett packard. bank of america. it's done nothing. it's done absolutely nothing. even when all of the banks had a resurgence, they gave that up and a lot is endless lawsuits that they tell you they have it together. a tremendous number of lawsuits involved in the banking business. these bills are actually adding up. it's actually hitting the bottom line. >> i
. the next inductee will get $500 million payout. that's the net worth of will smith, britney spears, and jennifer aniston combined. with $500 million, you can knock on oprah's california home, tell her you want to buy five of them, and have $75 million to spare. but the luckiest people of all, are those who, years later, haven't managed to go broke. >> been married 41 years. i know what to do with this check. >> reporter: people like jim and carolyn mccullar, who had a ticket worth $190 million. >> my kids, my grandkid, my great grandkids and their children also. we're not going to blow this. >> reporter: now, almost two years later, they've managed to do just what they said. they've set up trust funds for their 4 kids and 23 grandchildren, been very generous with donations. and most importantly, haven't blown their millions. and cynthia stafford, who won $112 million hasn't, either. >> it's a blessing. and people who receive it that way, they tend to keep it. i'm involved with a number of organizations. and it just warms my heart to be able to do these things. >> reporter: she's us
was going to make them weather was an eric said right or a howard k. smith, the people that ed murrell hired for people of substance, historians. writers. leaders, people who cared about history. and sometimes when i look at what passes for news on cable television, especially these days, i don't know where they find these people. [laughter] >> he cared a great deal about writing. one of the point you're making earlier about some things that you wanted to last for three, four, five days before it would actually get on the air, it had to be written, and written well. merl cared a great deal about style and the way in which you presented information. it was always for me -- >> interesting. and is going to interrupt you for a second. take a look at how awesome, when you're watching something being covered on cable television these days, and it requires great skill. i'm not denigrating it in any fashion, but notice how often was your hearing is just whatever comes off the top of the head of a man or woman who is reporting. take note of how rare it is for a script actually to be written. now, you
, i do think you've got to look at -- it's a really good question. i think that mike smith with the falcons. >> you have no idea, do you? >> i just didn't hear it in your voice. >> because i'm a mix of contenders and pretenders. i think my heart is definitely with coach pagano out there with the colts, but also look at greek schiano with the tampa bay bucs, they're doing very well. what coach pagano has done in terms of being a presence on his team while fighting leukemia, i'm sure people have seen the youtube clips of him speaking to his team about wanting to dance with his daughters. i would have to be made of stone to not get a little dusty in here when you see coach pagano talk to the colts. >> i want to ask about the last two super bowl winners, the new york giants and the green bay packers. what do you think of either of their prospects for advancing that far again this year? >> i don't feel very strong about either of those teams. i mean, the packers still have way too many flaws on the defensive side of the ball. they've yet to establish a running game. it bit them
's following in her mother's modeling footsteps. nicoleanna nicole smith's daugh, the new face of guest kids now. anna nicole appeared in the ads from 1992 to 1993. her daughter's father, larry birkhead, says the photos are more of a tribute to her mom than anything else and that she's not going to be a model. he says her plan is to become a doctor. a birthday cake baker, or the owner of an ice cream truck. you got to love the imagination of kids, right? >> brian: right. she's working on her college applications now. >> gretchen: i hope so. >> brian: let me tell you what's happening in the world of sports. last night, monday night football, you said, here is a game i can miss. you were right. long time eagles coach is in a lot of trouble. he's had a tough year. his team hasn't won in over two months and he lost his son. lost seven straight games. matchup between him and the panthers. before the season, you thought this would be a great game. it wasn't. in the end, the panthers prevailed on the road. superman, cam newton. reed says he will not resign. basketball last night, where was i? i was
of your chefs. >> correct. art smith was our first person that we brought on the team. it's all about the taste. if we can deliver taste -- we think the solution is very simple. create products that are good for you that actually taste better than the alternatives. make it affordable. make it convenient and assessable to everyone. >> how much do you spend on marketing? >> well, in the future we'll spend a lot on marketing. right now it's really word of mouth. >> free marketing here on "squawk." >> we appreciate it. >> ed, you had a question. >> i have not been to the restaurant. i will definitely plan to do it. you know, californians are very health conscious and it's a good place to be. i would also think there would be a lot of competition out there. how do you differentiate your product? there's a lot of emphasis on organic and health food and eating light and right and obviously you guys have found a formula that does differentiate your product. how do you do it? >> in the restaurant it's a very unique experience. there's so many multiple different aspects that have created a uniq
, what about that jimmy stewart movie? "mr. smith goes to washington" i saw that movie. didn't that poor man have to stand at his desk and hold the senate floor until he crumbled in exhaustion? why don't we see that anymore? the honest answer is there was some artistic license in that movie and the more honest answer is we have reached the point now with the filibuster where one senator can stand up and object to what is about to occur in the senate, stop the senate from what they're doing for at least 30 hours until there's a vote to resume business. let me give you two examples of how this played out in my recent memory. it was only a couple years ago when we were closing a weekly session and a last-minute request was made to extend unemployment benefits to millions of americans. we thought we had an agreement. democrats and republicans, we were ready to leave town. the junior senator from kentucky, not the pleernd, senator bunning stood up and said i object. by saying i object, he stopped the payment of unemployment benefits to millions of americans. and at that point i came to the fl
at the bay bridge, i'm christy smith. >> right now, let's check back in with meteorologist christina loren. what's the weather outlook? >> we're expecting the worst of it between 8:00 and 10:00. we'll tart to see the showers held up slightly around the 11:00 hour. that's your sustained speed. in san jose, we've got 25-mile-per-hour winds. and gusts up to 40 to 50 miles per hour from time to type. the heaviest band of moisture pushing on shore. san jose still relatively dry. once that rain starts, we're in this wet pattern all the way through the beginning of monday. let's check on your drive with mike. >> here's the san mateo bridge. a little farther south than the bay bridge. soupy conditions coming over into that midst and the drizzle and the rain. look at the peninsula side. 101, slow through san mateo. the green shows you wet conditions. blue is ponding and puddling. all along highway 101 as well. the entire area of the peninsula. in the south bay, it's kind of ringing the freeway. really bogging down. >> we'll be back in half an hour with the latest in our storm watch coverage. send y
mckeon and ranking member adam smith for putting this provision in the defense authorization bill that is now pending. this bill will be considered, i suppose new york conference by the house and the senate. it is in the house bill. we regret it is not in the senate bill and so the delegates and i have come to the floor to ask that the senate follow the lead of the house. -- of the house on this matter of common courtesy and respect. delegate sablan's provision in the house-passed bill simply requires that the flags of the territories and of the district of colombia be respected when the armed services chooses to honor the flags of the states. i have in addition written a letter to the president asking for a presidential memorandum can directing all federal agencies to do the same. i regret to report that the army alone recognizes the d.c. flag and the flags of the territory as a matter of policy and i want to give one example that i think will make the house understand why this is so important to us. a mother wrote me of having attended the graduation of her son from the naval st
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